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Cinedigm topper Chris McGurk is in Toronto to find another "Short Term 12." "We're looking to buy movies, now that we have a real track record," McGurk said on arriving on the film festival's opening…
Cinedigm has a strong multiplatform biz, but indie distribution is a highly competitive arena.
Cinedigm has acquired North American distribution rights to Todd Levin’s 3D thriller “Static” from New Artists Alliance. Gabriel Cowan and John Suits produced via New Alliance along with Andrew Orci…
Cinedigm has scored North American rights to "Narco Cultura," the Sundance competition docu about the Mexican drug cartels' influence on life and popular culture on both sides of the border.
Cinedigm Entertainment Group has acquired North American distribution rights to Geoffrey Fletcher's "Violet & Daisy," more than a year after its world premiere at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival.
Cinedigm Entertainment Group has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Dante Ariola's "Arthur Newman," two months after the drama premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
Cinedigm Entertainment Group has tapped former Magnolia exec Jeff Reichert as VP of theatrical marketing, and former New Video exec Stephanie Bruder as VP of marketing.
Cinedigm Entertainment Group has named Vincent Scordino as VP of theatrical acquisitions.
Stephanie Burton and Vincent Scordino, a boy; Thomas James Scordino, Jan. 20, Los Angeles. Mother's a non-pro; father's director of acquisitions for Millennium Entertainment.
Millennium Entertainment has acquired North American rights to the romantic dramedy "A Little Bit of Heaven," starring Kate Hudson along with Kathy Bates, Whoopi Goldberg, Gael Garcia Bernal, Lucy…
Sundance Selects has fallen into orbit around "The Loneliest Planet," nabbing North American rights to the Gael Garcia Bernal starrer from filmmaker Julia Loktev.